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Where's - -4-. -r J ».;: -; • • my free coupon [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 8 November 1973
Where's - -4-. -r J ».;: -; • • my free coupon Some people have been asking, "Where's the McDonald's Free Coupon?" The answer to which is, it's down at McDonald's waiting for someone to pick it up. Why hasn't anyone gone to get it? Well, as you know, the Reader is short staffed and as a result it is not the paper it should be. We have very few ads in our paper and would like a lot more. But we have no one willing to go out and get these ads. As editors and students we do not have the time to take on this job too. The "one" student who has been responsible for this in the past, is now just as busy as the editors. (We like to eat too.) What we need is a few conscientious students, (graduate and/or under-graduate) to go out to individual stores in the area, (Middletown, Highspire, and East Mall to solicit ads. It was a weekly, now a bi-monthly job that employs the use of a car and a few hours of your spare time. The Reader will pay your expenses, (10 cents a mile) and asks only...
THINGS TO DO [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 8 November 1973
THINGS TO DO by John Bradford Langdon Just a few days ago, Al Houser, from Church Hall asked me where he could rent a bicycle. I informed him that several bicycles were available in the Recreation/Athletic Building, over by the football-soccer field. "No kidding? Boy, that's great! No money, just an ID card (from Capitol)." "That's right." So, I figured that you, the Capitol Campus Public, might want to know what other free-rental items are available at the Rec Building. On Wednesday afternoon, Bud Smitlee (Athletic Director) and Mrs. Arehart helped me compose the following list of items, which only require a person's ID card and his or her own signature. When it's too cold this fall and winter to engage in outdoor sports activities, you should consider in-door exercise on the physical-fitness equipment at the Rec/Ath Building. There are three main workout rooms. One is principally used for body building, and a second room for physical conditioning. The third room, which is ...
DTK [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 8 November 1973
DTK Delta Tau Kappa is once again sponsoring a Graduate School Seminar during the fall term. The purpose of the seminar is to aquaint students interested in attending graduate school with the procedures involved in applying to prospective schools. All those students interested in applying to a graduate school should make it a point to attend the seminar as it is designed to help in this regard. The Graduate School Seminar is to be held in the school's auditorium on the school's second floor. The program will be held twice in order that all interested students will have an opportunity to attend this very helpful program. The seminar will be held on November 13, 1973 during the 3rd period (10:50 p.m. til noon) and again on November 15, 1973 during the 4th period (12:15 p.m. til 1:30 p.m.). The tentative schedule for the program is as follows: Marian Krieger and Ed Beck will speak on the procedures to follow and how to apply to a graduate school; Peg O'Hara will talk about how ...
M.H.B. 016. [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 8 November 1973
M.H.B. 016. A Pinocle tournament will be held this term. You must register as a pair by November 19. A fee of 50 cents each will be used for money prizes for first, second and third place teams. It will take place from Monday, November 26 to Thursday, November 29 at the Coffee House. Refreshments will be served for the players and spectators. The new laundromat hours were discussed with the tentative hours set as 8 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. Monday thru Satruday and 10 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. on Sunday. Last wash is 10 p.m and last dry is 10:30. The cost will be 25 cents wash and 10 cents dry. It will hopefully be open by the middle of the month at 810 B Weaver. Also the problem of security was discussed. Please, for your own safety - lock windows and doors. PLAY IT SAFE! * * * *
LIE. [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 8 November 1973
LIE. The third meeting of the Institute of Traffic Engineers took place on October 25. The meeting was called to order by President Gene Quinn who also asked for a treasurer's report which was provided by David Naffin. Also, topics under old business where given by George Baran and David Pressman. George reported on the buying of T-shirts and jerseys. It was decided to place an order using the ITE colors of blue and white. Any member not present at the meeting who wants to place an order can contact George Baran at 815 A Weaver Avenue. Dave Pressman, also chairman of the program committee, reported on the progress of getting Mr. Roy Falcone to speak to the ITE members. Mr. Falcone is a graduate of Capitol Campus and is currently working as City Traffic Engineer at Lancaster, Pennsylvania. New business consisted of a discussion about the road rally to be held in conjunction with the Social Committee. It was agreed that the ITE would provide volunteers to help. The ITE would...
Moid Bank [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 8 November 1973
Moid Bank The X.G.I, fraternity will be sponsoring a blood drive Thursday, November 15. The blood mobile will be located in the front of the school from 9-5. The X.G.I, fraternity hopes to have at least two blood drives this school year. All blood donated goes into the X.G.I, account which in turn is available to any student, faculty member, or employee of the Capitol Campus, and their immediate family. Often times people do not realize how costly it can be to have a blood transfusion. Anyone who is not covered by a blood bank, and who needs blood must either replace two pints for every pint used or pay approximately $50 a pint. This service is performed by the X.G.I.'s free of charge. The only thing we ask is that those who are able to give blood — give. As an added incentive to give blood on the 15th, there will be a 50 cent reduction on the admission price of the Keggar on November 16, for all those donating blood. Everyone's cooperation will be greatly appreciated. Dave ...
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I.E.F..E. [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 8 November 1973
I.E.F..E. 0%f4*ty€UUoH4t Tleurt L to R Jim Yorgey, local chairman confers with Mr. Asdal, IEEE Staff coordinator of student activities. Early Saturday Morning, October 13, two Capitol Campus students boarded a plane for the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers Region 2 Convention for counselors and chairmen. The plane was heading for Pittsburgh, Penna. Our representatives were Jim Yorgey and Earl Show alter, the Chairman and Treasurer of our local IEEE branch. Mr. Michael M. Vartanian, Region 2 Student Activities Chairman, opened the meeting to discuss the purpose of the convention. The main purpose was to instruct counselors and chairmen on how to better govern their respective students branches of the IEEE. The group was then divided, and Mr. Vartanian led the counselors in the discussion of their responsibilities. Mr. Robert Asdel, Coordinator of Student Activities, and Mr. James Long, member of the Student Policy and Planning Committee led the chairman in...
Drama Club [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 8 November 1973
Drama Club Casting for the Capitol Campus Drama Club's next production took place on Thursday October 25. Two one-acts, "The Marriage Proposal" and "The Stranger", were chosen by the club members. The production dates have not been set. During the meeting officers were elected. They are Phoebe Sechler, President; Trudy Drake, Vice President; and Eileen Veljacic, Secretary - Treasurer. The group will perform at the Fair - Hop on November 8 in the Student Center. They will do some improvisational skits organized by Sherri Speer. * * * *
" all we need is you " [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 8 November 1973
" all we need is you " By Elizabeth Suber The Black Student Union of Capitol Campus began another busy and enterprising year by awarding the B.S.U. scholarships to a number of worthy students. Entertainment and events began this year with the Rod Rodgers Dance Group and the B.S.U. Bake Sale. The Black Student Union is also sponsoring a dance at the Student Center starring Diamond Funk on November 9, 1973. Sports fans can take their skates out for the B.S.U skating party on November 29. But these are just a few of the activities planned tor this year and all we need is you! * * * «
AMONG THE DOGS [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 8 November 1973
AMONG THE DOGS By Agamemnon O'Brien The last episode, if you want to remember, found Lars Jankowski, thirteen-year old soft-core porno film star, pondering the new Supreme Court ruling on obscenity. He was interrupted by Phoenecia Tenderloin, his two-year old Irish Setter co-star, in the midst of troubled thoughts. As she sat on the floor of Lars' dressing room, Phoenecia sensed that all was not well with the young boy. "Lars, is something wrong?" "Huh?" "Is something wrong?" "Yes. Did you read about the new ruling on obscenity?" "I did. It's terrible. We might be out of a job." "Right. When we are almost at the top of our careers." "What can we do, Lars?" "I'm thinking, Phoenecia." The young boy placed his hands in his face and sighed. Had he come this far to be shot down by a handful of narrow-mindediold men in black robes? And Phoenecia, what of her? Would she be thrown back into the alley? No! He must think of something. "I've got it, Phoenecia," Lars exclaimed. "Wonderful...
About the Author [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 8 November 1973
About the Author The response to Agamemnon O'Briens latest installment of 'Among the Dogs" has been overwhelming. Below are just a few reactions to "Among the Dogs" as gathered by the editors of the "CC Reader": " ... beneath the satiric social comments lies a man to whom words have no value . . ." William F. Buckley. "Phoenecia Tenderloin will be immortalized as the new champion of women's liberation . . ." Germaine Greer & Helen Reddy. " ... a refreshing change from the doldrums of mediocre writing - O'Brien's writing is garbage ..." Kurt Vonnegut. " ... the people are speaking - all power to the people . . ." Le Due Tho. " . . . will Lars Jankowski become the new Yakov Bok???" Bernard Malamud. " . . . the guy's a smack . . ." Lou Gordon. ¦ "... Mr. O'Brien's writing will touch animals the world over - we may yet be able to save the rare Hummelstown aardvark . . ." Marlin Perkins. " ... inspiring - new hope for American literature . . ." Billy Graham. " . . .a gut ...
No Sense [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 8 November 1973
No Sense Paul F. Shoenfelt I thought I knew a wise man, but it was only Dylan. I thought I saw the way. But it was only Jesus. I thought I heard an Angel, But it was only Joan. I thought I tasted freedom, but it was only knowledge. I thought I felt peace, but it was only in my mind. I thought I smelled a flower, but it was only death. * * * *
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 8 November 1973
There will be a hayride at Grass-Mere Farms sponsored by the Social Committee on Saturday, November 10th. The hayride will begin at 9:00 p.m. and be followed by food and beer. Dress warmly and bring your blankets. Tickets will be on sale Monday October 29th to Tuesday November 6th in Vendorville. Cost is $2.00 per person and the seats are limited.
Walkway Reality [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 8 November 1973
Walkway Reality By J. B. Langdon The long-awaited and much-needed walkway from the dormitories to the Main Building is becoming a reality. Actual construction of the 2050 foot project began October 22. Since 1967, plans for the walkway have been discussed, but were stalled, until recently, by funding problems. For the first time in eight years, resident students will be able to walk to classes safely, and in poor weather, without becoming unnecessarily soiled. Photo-cell lamps, which automatically regulate themselves, will illuminate the six-foot wide macadem walkway for nightime pedestrains. James Rohrbaugh, supervisor of the Capitol Campus Maintenance and Operations Department, stated that completion of the $43,600 walkway "will certainly occur before heavy winter weather sets in'.. Reseeding, the final phase of construction, will probably take place next spring, unless extremely good weather prevails this season. Usage of the walkway will be restricted to pedestrian traff...
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — C.C. Reader — 8 November 1973
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